All the news about the ENDURE Network can be found in these pages.
Italy's Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies of Pisa (SSSUP) is set to launch the fifth year of its International Doctorate in Agrobiodiversity, a PhD programme run in collaboration with the Italian National Academy of Sciences and funded by the Italian Ministry of University and Research (MiUR).
ENDURE has released details of its grant scheme which will allow scientists from INCO (International Cooperation Target Countries) to spend time at one of ENDURE’s participating research or university institutions.
A new online social network for scientists has been launched by German company ResearchGATE GmbH.
Incorporating 13 different pests which can hit European winter wheat yields, the WheatPest simulation model is helping scientists predict crop losses.
PhD students have until Friday, July 18, 2008, to apply for a limited number of ENDURE mobility scholarships.
ENDURE’s Case Studies aim to identify and assess solutions that will enable pesticide use to be optimised and reduced and when it comes to wheat, Danish experience is proving invaluable, reports Janne Hansen.
ENDURE's Exploratory Training Workshop met in Budapest, Hungary, last week and gained valuable insights into farmer advisory schemes across Europe and in the USA.
The federal research centres of the German Federal Ministry for Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection (BMVEL) have been re-organised. The three research centres which dealt with plants were merged at January 1, 2008. The new name for the organisation is the Federal Research Centre for Cultivated Plants - Julius Kuehn Institute.